Contemporary Crime Policy and Legislation in Canada
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Tutorial/Seminar: 3

This course exposes students to current and ongoing policy debates in the Canadian criminal justice system. Course material will vary each year, highlighting key changes in legislation, criminal justice, and/or correctional policy, and legal challenges, and their implications for Canadians. Students will study the Federal legislative process as a political enterprise, examining the various roles of politics, research, and stakeholders in shaping policy.

Additional Course Information
CC102 and registration status: Year 4 Honours CC or permission of the department.
Seminar course